Set in the Cold War world of double agents, mistrust, and fear, Brandenburg is everything you’d expect from a top-notch thriller. But not only that – it’s built around one of the most momentous events in modern history – the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Retired spy Rudi Rosenharte finds himself dragged unwillingly back into the world of espionage when the Stasi send him to rendezvous with an ex-lover... an ex-lover he knows is dead. Behind this cryptic resurrection is a British secret service agent, working for the CIA on a dangerous assignment to catch a terrorist on the other side of the Iron Curtain. Rudi finds himself caught between the CIA, the East Germans and the KGB – working for all of them but loyal to none of them. His only goal is to rescue his beloved family from the Stasi’s infamous torture cells.
But Rudi is unprepared for his love affair with a woman who, despite the Stasi’s best efforts to intimidate her, remains a fierce and determined player in the resistance movement to bring down the Wall. The stakes of redemption, love and hope have never been higher, not just for Rudi, but for a whole nation.